Nelson, Ted H.

Ted H. Nelson Ted H. Nelson (Theodor Holm Nelson) (1937-) er ophavsmand til begrebet hypertekst. Nelson introducerede begrebet i 1965 inspireret af Vannevar Bush’ begreb om mekaniserede spor (trails, memex). Nelson udviklede sit begreb som et begreb for en sammenkobling af alle verdens tekster (docuverse) i et stort referencesystem baseret på linkning mellem alle relaterede […]

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Nelson, T.H. 1965, 1974, 1982

Reference

Nelson, Ted H. (1965). “A File Structure for the Complex, The Changing and the Indeterminate.” Proceedings of the ACM 20th National Conference, s. 84-100

Nelson, Ted H. (1974). Computer Lib/Dream Machines. Self-published. [2. udg., Redmond, Washington: Tempus Books/Microsoft Press (1987)]

Nelson, Ted H. (1982). Literary Machines. The report on, and of, Project Xanadu concerning word processing, electronic publishing, hypertext, thinkertoys, tomorrow's intellectual revolution, and certain other topics including knowledge, education and freedom. Sausalito: Mindful Press [Udg. 1980–84, 1987, 1990–93]